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Procurement is a difficult area for many small companies to navigate, with a sometimes exasperating lack of clarity on where to focus efforts when seeking purchasers. Following our first masterclass on procurement, with specialists from the Department of Health, we offer a free resource pack and podcast, explaining the Department Procurement Transformation Programme and key things innovators should be aware of.
This month, we launched the next 30 companies into cohort two of our Accelerator programme. James Somauroo, Accelerator Programme Director explains why he is proud of so many of its achievements in cohort one, and why he is excited to be taking the learning forward into the next year.
“There were 165,000 health and care apps on the market at the last count, and that was some time ago, so it is probably more like 300,000 now,” says Tara Donnelly in an interview about DigitalHealth.London. “That’s far too many for anybody to keep on top of. So, we are there to help people find the good stuff.” Read as Tara reveals our “secret sauce” for helping companies to understand the NHS.
5 companies will be given the unique opportunity to pitch their idea for 5 minutes to an audience of NHS colleagues, innovators, potential industry partners, and investors, who will give 5 minutes of feedback. We aim to connect pitchers and the audience with real-world perspectives on whether proposed solutions hit the right notes.
Now available for download: a practical "how-to" guide for entrepreneurs on how to "crack" the NHS code, navigate the complexities of the NHS, and understand how to future-proof your digital health company or innovation.
Hannah Harvey, creator of "Ask The Midwife" app, won September's 5x5x5 pitch audience over with a clear and thought-through innovation aiming to reduce pressure on emergency and maternity services through 24 hour access to trained midwives at the touch of a button. Learn about the other innovations presented, and sign up to our next event.
Bahman is a Digital Pioneer for leadership, having been involved in a number of innovation platforms for the NHS over the past few years. He is currently involved in designing a bespoke platform for GPs and specialists across eight clinical commissioning groups, and a population of over 1.7 million patients.
Earlier this month, DigitalHealth.London, alongside thousands of delegates representing hundreds of companies, clinicians, and policy makers – attended the NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017 in Manchester. Our programme Director, Yinka Makinde, reflects on her major learning points from the event.
InnovateUK is looking for innovative high growth businesses to take part in an important study its is undertaking to understand the challenges faced by businesses when scaling-up. This research will help them to shape their services in the future. If you are a business and would like to take part, please click the link.
Alexander is recognised as a Digital Pioneer for his collaborative research at the Institute of Neurology, University College London, which has led to the development of two online therapies used by stroke patients with visual deficits. Read-Right treats patients with hemianopic alexia (the most common acquired reading disorder); and Eye-Search treats those with spatial disorientation and visual search impairment. Find out more about his patient-friendly digital resources.